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BOF: 3.42

 A 55-year-old male presents with a cough productive of large volumes of clear, watery sputum.  He has never smoked and has been always careful to avoid passive inhalation of cigarette smoke. He is an accountant by profession.

Clinical examination is unremarkable. Chest x-ray shows a single, irregular shadow in the periphery of his right lung with an air bronchogram within the tumour opacity.

This is most likely to be:

a)      Squamous carcinoma

b)     Adenocarcinoma

c)      Small cell carcinoma

d)      Large cell carcinoma

e)      Alveolar cell carcinoma

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